4 thoughts on “Inclusion of a partner’s identity in the self and identity integration”

  1. I very much like that you did me/not me with current or ex-partner or imagined partner. I think there is some great potential to compare these and explore possible dis-identification for ex-partners

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  2. Yes, very interesting that the IOS did not predict, but the identity integration scale did. Could it partly be a measurement issue, given the IOS is a single item whereas identity integration may be more reliably assessed with more items?

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  3. Mathieu & Roxane:
    This is really cool – I always wondered what Inclusion of Other in the Self really *meant* theoretically, and you seem to be making real progress toward figuring that out. Interesting that the IOS was not predictive; maybe it picks up one specific aspect of the phenomenon.

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